Where are we? Why are we here? What does this place really look like? These are just a few questions you don’t want film execs asking about your script. Susan Kouguell gives 10 tips on creating your characters' world.
Comedy writer David Misch teaches a class at The Writers Store in Burbank, CA on February 13, 2016.
As the number of broadcast, cable and online TV networks continues to increase, the need for original television movies has never been greater. Lynn Grant Beck explains how writing a TV movie can help you break in.
Take your scripts, and turn it into a novel. I know it’s a lot of work, and 80,000 words seems incredibly daunting, but you are so far ahead of the game, writer, and you don’t even know it.
Mitch Paradise gives advice to screenwriters on acquiring underlying rights to real-life stories.
Not all films contain the formula of boy meets girl, boy loses girl and boy gets girl. Susan Kouguell offers 5 tips for writing love relationships.
Literary manager Sammy Montana gives advice on how you could fail as a screenwriter, improve your screenplays to make them market ready and increase your odds of success.
TV writer Eric Haywood discusses the importance of writing your next pilot script.
Knowing how the film industry works and what producers are thinking about will give you an edge over the competition. Here are some highlights and insights from the 'Produced By NY' Conference.
Austin Film Festival’s roundtables are quite the craze, and for good reason – they allow otherwise unconnected hopefuls to solicit advice directly from industry professionals.